Carnival Tops Estimates in Period Marked by Terror, Zika Worries

  • Rising cruise demand in China is boosting fares, analyst says
  • Company begins approval process to add more sailings to Cuba

Carnival Corp., the world’s biggest cruise operator, rose the most in a year after posting earnings that beat analysts’ estimates in a quarter marked by concerns over terrorism in Europe and the Zika virus. The company also raised its profit forecast for all of 2016.

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